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100 1  SHARKEY, JOE. 
245 10 ABOVE SUSPICION|h[Hoopla electronic resource]. 
260    [United States] :|bOpen Road Media :|bMade available 
       through hoopla,|c2017. 
300    1 online resource 
506    Digital content provided by hoopla. 
520    Soon to be a major motion picture starring Emilia Clarke 
       and Jack Hudson: The "uncommonly trenchant account of the 
       only known FBI agent to confess to murder" (Kirkus 
       Reviews). When rookie FBI agent Mark Putnam received his 
       first assignment in 1987, it was the culmination of a 
       lifelong dream, if not the most desirable location. 
       Pikeville, Kentucky, is high in Appalachian coal country, 
       an outpost rife with lawlessness dating back to the 
       Hatfields and McCoys. As a rising star in the bureau, 
       however, Putnam soon was cultivating paid informants and 
       busting drug rings and bank robbers. But when one 
       informant fell in love with him, passion and duty would 
       collide with tragic results. A coal miner's daughter, 
       Susan Smith was a young, attractive, struggling single 
       mother. She was also a drug user sometimes described as a 
       con artist, thief, and professional liar. Ultimately, 
       Putnam gave in to Smith's relentless pursuit. But when he 
       ended the affair, she waged a campaign of vengeance that 
       threatened to destroy him. When at last she confronted him
       with a shocking announcement, a violent scuffle ensued, 
       and Putnam, in a burst of uncontrolled rage, fatally 
       strangled her. Though he had everything necessary to get 
       away with murder-a spotless reputation, a victim with 
       multiple enemies, and the protection of the bureau's 
       impenetrable shield-his conscience wouldn't allow it. 
       Tormented by a year of guilt and deception, Putnam finally
       led authorities to Smith's remains. This is the story of 
       what happened before, during, and after his startling 
       confession-an account that "should take its place on the 
       dark shelf of the best American true crime" (Newsday). 
       Revised and updated, this eBook also includes photos and a
       new epilogue by the author. 
538    Mode of access: World Wide Web. 
600 10 Putnam, Mark. 
600 10 Smith, Susan Daniels,|d1961-1989. 
610 10 United States.|bFederal Bureau of Investigation|xOfficials
       and employees|xBiography. 
650  0 Murder|zKentucky|zPikeville|vCase studies. 
650  0 Electronic books. 
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